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Significado de “truth” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "truth" - Diccionario Inglés

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truthnoun

uk   us   /truːθ/
B2 [U] the ​quality of being ​true: There would ​seem to be some truth in what she says. There is no truth in the ​reports of his ​resignation. You cannot ​question the truth of his ​alibi. And ​yet what he says ​contains at least a ​grain of (= a ​smallamount of) truth.the truth B1 [S] the ​realfacts about a ​situation, ​event, or ​person: But was he telling the truth? I don't ​suppose we'll ​everknow the truth about what ​happened that ​day. To ​tell (you) the truth (= ​speakinghonestly) I'm ​happy he's not coming.in truth formal used to show or ​emphasize that something is ​true: In truth we ​feared for her ​safety, ​although we didn't ​let it be ​known.C2 [C] formal a ​fact or ​principle that is ​thought to be ​true by most ​people: It would ​seem to be a ​general truth that nothing is as ​straightforward as it at first ​seems. The ​entiresystem of ​belief is ​based on a few ​simple truths.
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(Definition of truth from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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truthnoun

 us   /truθ/

truth noun (FACT)

[U] the ​actualfact or ​facts about a ​matter: Tell the truth, now, how did the ​chair get ​broken? We may never ​know the truth about what ​happened.

truth noun (QUALITY)

[U] the ​quality of being ​true: I can ​see some truth in what she said.

truth noun (PRINCIPLE)

[C] (plural truths  /truðz, truθs/ ) a ​statement or ​principle that is ​generallyconsidered to be ​true: a ​scientific truth Our ​system of ​belief is ​based on a few ​simple truths.
(Definition of truth from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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